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Thread: My tote bag

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    Senior Member genghis khan's Avatar
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    Ive posted this before but i thought it was good to put back on here since ive been discussing with some people in chat about how i do the copper work on them. The bag is made from sunbrella all weather canvas the dimensions are 22"wide 14"tall and 8"deep. The copper is all custom hammered by me to make the letters and they attach from beind with pop rivets to secure them i really need to finish the next one i started working on but here are the pics to show what this one looks like. Chris
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    its awesome!!!!

    i just love it! you've got to finish the other one.

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    Nice work Chris!!!

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    wow, Chris, that's jaw dropping work! tote are all I carry, and C is my first initial...too bad the other too don't fit...doggone it! :wink:

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    Good looking tote. My granddaughter and I are making a few totes for her craft booth in December. The fabric is of great interest to me. Sometimes Hancocks may have this in our area. Where do you normally find it??? I also have some very sturdy lawn furniture which I need to re-web and make cushions for.

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    Really nice! :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by nana2
    Good looking tote. My granddaughter and I are making a few totes for her craft booth in December. The fabric is of great interest to me. Sometimes Hancocks may have this in our area. Where do you normally find it??? I also have some very sturdy lawn furniture which I need to re-web and make cushions for.
    I usually order through work its just easier for me that way i think we order from a website called johnboyle.com hope this helps

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    Very nice tote!

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    Wow! Really nice!

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    Hello Chris,

    I see there are other people in here that enjoy metal work ... LoL! I love to make jewlery too. It is kind of close fussy work, so I have to be in the mood for it, but a very satisfing art.

    I don't make my own hammered metal though. This looks very interesting and cool. Are you going to share how you did this? I think being able to hammer out something would be fun.

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